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a bizarre shopping theft case involving her daughter. >> reporter: and what occupier protests are promising to do and what has san francisco police calling in reinforcement. we'll show you the video. "mornings on 2" starts now. good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. another young child is hit and killed on a busy novato street. it happened yesterday on novato boulevard and san marin drive. police say the girl, who was new to the area, was home when it happened. christien kafton has more. >> reporter: we're on the stretch of road where the fatal accident happened. first, now that the sun is up
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you can, you can see the trail where the middle schooler was hit. candles and teddy bears have been left here as a somber memorial. she was hit by a white suv. emergency crews rushed to the scene. the girl was taken by ambulance to novato hospital, then airlifted, where she was pronounced dead. authorities say the driver who hit the car stopped at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. >> it changes to 45 and then people really hit the gas coming out this way. >> reporter: i'm taking a live look at the memorial.
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you can see people have dropped off teddy bears an memorials and other remembrances. as you heard the neighbor talk about it a moment ago, there are definitely concerns. this scene is about two miles agray another deadly -- away from another deadly accident. they want drivers to be cautious in this area, especially during school hours. an albany schoolteacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a former student is scheduled to appear in court this afternoon. the 20-year-old taught school and coached. he's being held on $100,000 bail on committing lewd acts on
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a child under the age of 14. the continuing coverage of the occupy protest in san francisco, demonstrators vow they are gonna reoccupy a camp. claudine wong is live and police have been guarding that area for hours. >> reporter: that's right, dave. we're in front of the federal reserve building that's right here. if you take a look down the street, you can see it is clear. now when we have our barricades, you can see those lining the entire front of the federal reserve building. closer to the door, you have federal officers making sure workers only go in and out of here. and the protesters were down here earlier and and the police have been out here and down the street as well.
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let me show you video from last night when the -- things got a little heated overnight. this is what happened as five or so protesters were out here. things were kind of calm but then they joined one a group of 40 protesters. police say they started throwing some bottles at them so they called in reinforcement. police in riot gear came. and it's not clear if there were any arrests. we've been talking to people out here this morning. one person said wic -- he would like to see the camp come back. >> you will have differences of opinion but hopefully it won't be too serious. >> reporter: but if you came here and you saw the tents go back, you would be happy to see them? >> yeah, i would. >> reporter: that won't happen, if police can happen.
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this is video from when police cleared everything out. 45 arrests that night in that situation and they certainly don't want to let the people congregate fen. certainly even if -- congregate again. again, back live here in market street. you can see san francisco police across the street. the barricades remain up along the tree line and then, of course, in front of the building. they do that for security reasons. for now, things are quiet but it seems to -- but things seem to be getting underway. back to you. 7:06789 in just two hours from now -- 7:06. in just two hours from now oliver barsanyas faces several charges including aggravated
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assault on a police officer. investigators say he was a gang member and had this kind of automatic weapon and was on his way to avenge the killing of a friend. [chanting] >> now, the case is just one of several violent incidents in san francisco's mission district recently. dozens of people marched through the street last night calling for peace. they say they are not asking for much. they just want a safe neighborhood for them and their children. 7:07. new reports are connecting al qaeda to the deadly consulate in libya. republicans are learning more about what the obama administration knew before the attack. coming up at 7:15, we'll go live to learn how the
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controversy is going. tonight, the 67-year-old nobel peace prize winner will be honored at the freedom forum. the event also features former global activists. tomorrow she will be at the university of san francisco. the form -- the former political prisoner is on an 18- day tour that included meeting president obama. the u.s. postal service says this coming sunday it will default on billions of dollars for its future retirees. members of congress left without passing and approving money for the postal service. this is the second postal service default in a month. post office employees will still get paid. the owner of a wall night creek
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nightclub said he will fight city club night managers. he is the owner of a lounge. on october 25th, he's supposed to meet with the city planning commission to try to stop the force of a conditional use permit. it's the second time in a year the permit has been imposed on that location. it sets an earlier start time and he said the city is trying to force him to shut down and he says the city is not friendly to small business owners. today's work on the b.a.r.t. extension is being done at kato and warren avenue and fremont. the project is expected to enhance the area on widening mission boulevard. crews will be installing b.a.r.t. bridges and warren avenue. work is scheduled to be
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finished in early 2015. b.a.r.t. to san jose. and we just had breaking news in san jose. what just happened sal? >> a fire in san jose here. it's a house fire reported on mulberry lane in san jose. now, this is in the willow glen area of san jose. the fire has gone to two alarms now. we're gonna get you more information. but if you do see smoke rising, that is exactly what's going on. we have a crew on the way to the house fire. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. there are no major problems if you are moving into suspect. the morning commute in oakland that does not look bad. the traffic is moving along pretty well here if you are driving into the oakland area. northbound 280 near highway 17.
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traffic is already being backed up out of downtown. 7:10. let's go to steve. >> a very, very good morning. we have some low clouds. clear for others. end of september. there's plenty to go around. little system moving to the north. should take the edge of higher temperatures. thick fog. inland and bay. but the fog is not going anywhere. still gonna stick there. 40s, 50s near 60. a little system moving into oregon. that kind of knocks the high- pressure system down for a day. it is expected to come back in a big way. this little low is spinning here and spinning hear. areas of fog, solid along the coast but high pressure will
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build in. sunday, monday, no doubt about it. the coast could go anywhere from 60s to 80s. we will get high pressure kind of squashing everything. with the warming taking place. we kind of back off inland. 60s, 70s, and 80s by the coast. fog, sun, cool to warm. hazy, warm it -- warm to hot inland. but not as hot in the north bay as it was yesterday. there is a little south wind at the sonoma county airport. 81 novato, sent helena, 90. vallejo, 77. richmond, 68. san rafael 78. antioch, brentwood, we're looking for 80. 80 at san jose. 81 you can peer te knee. 60s on the coast. in the city south san francisco and then low to mid- to upper 60s -- 81 in could per tino.
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cupertino. 60s on the coast. in the city south, low to mid- to upper 60s. t
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new this morning, kenyan troops staged a surprise predawn attack on a rebel group in somalia. the kenyon military says they've taken control of the last remaining port city held by the islamist militant group,
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al shabab. but they say they are not giving up. control over the coastline is seen as crucial for kenyan's kick growth. alison burns has information on the growing controversy about why u.s. diplomats were not better protected on the attack in libya. >> reporter: u.s. investigators say they are learning more and more every day about who was behind the attacks in libya. "the washington post" clothes intelligence officials who say the attack involved a small number of militants with ties to al qaeda.
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but they believe ansar alsharrea provided the weapons. they say there was some intelligence ahead of the attack saying there were terror groups in benghazi. >> there was no specific tret to the -- threat to the consulate that i'm aware of. >> reporter: some say the obama administration almost immediately. the attack that killed, they are demanding more information. allison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. new this morning from iraq, ten prison guards and two inmates have been killed in a policen in tikrit. prison in tikrit.
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officials say some has been recaptured. security forces also reportedly dismantled three car bombs. government troops have remained control. the judge in the colorado shooting rampage case will release new court documents today. reportedly we're gonna find out more about the suspect, james holmes, and the shooting in july that killed and injured people. some court motions and other matters will remain sealed. he's accused of murder, attempted murder, weapons, violations an other chalks. an actor who died in -- and other charges. police are saying that johnny lewis killed his 18-year- old land lady on wednesday. lewis is best known for the tv series "sons of anarchy."
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he was released last week after being in a drug, alcohol and psychiatric program. city college of san francisco will close two sites. a board of trustees voted unanimously on the cuts last night. classes offered at the two sites will not be canceled, just relocated. city college is working to dig it seout of a home that credit
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-- it self-out of a hole -- itself out of a hole. 7:19. new this morning, an orange county youth football team is being investigated for allegedly running a bounty program. the players on the tustin red cobras, the "orange county register" claims they were being paid by their coaches to injure opposing players. they were being offered $20 cash and then they would vote on who should get the money.
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>> all in all we have six parents and players saying this happened. six out of a team of 22 that this happened. so there's little doubt -- there's no doubt in my mind this happened. >> the coach has been suspended pending the outcome of this investigation. he denies the investigation. >> wow. really disturbing if true. >> yeah. the weekend will be sunny and steve paulson said it will be downright hot in spots. there is a really happy dog this morning. how she got out of that really tight spot. good morning, westbound bay bridge. traffic is moving along pretty slowly here as you get into san francisco. we'll tell you more about the morning commute.
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a little dog in sonoma county is safe right now.
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it was a happy reunion between the dog and its owners. the dog is veronica. after essaying through aen -- through an open gate, veronica got stuck in that 18-inch culvert running near a road -- on a road near her family's home. it was hard for firefighters to rescue the dog. they had to dig through dirt and move boulders out before  they cut part of the pipe and set her free. 7:23. levi strauss is moving out of its flagship store to a new location in san francisco. they will leave union square and move to 815 market street. this is according to the "san francisco business times." the space is smaller. but the south of market area is becoming more of destination for international and local shoppers. you might want to head out
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to work a little early so you can get a free cup of coffee. 7-11 is giving away a large coffee, cappuccino, latte or tea. this comes one day ahead of national coffee daysen when several other chains are offering this. free coffee day is tomorrow but you still get free coffee today. sal, everything okay? >> i would say. 680 looking pretty good from walnut creek to oakland. you can see b.a.r.t. on the screen there. they are also reporting their trains on time and even now beginning to see some signs of being -- of things being a little better than they were
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the rest of the week. we might have light traffic by the time 9:00 rolls around. this is a look at 80 westbound. you can see traffic is a little bit slow in richmond as you drive down to the berkeley area. you will see slow traffic there. eastbound 80 just before the car he -- carquinez bridge, there's traffic along the shoulder. >> areas of fog. yesterday, it didn't last long. san jose, had some patchy fog. mostly san jose. san jose's forecasted high is 80. for some, it will be cool. for others, it will be warm to hot. oregon will take some of the temperatures down. 40s, 50s, upper 40s to upper 50s. you can see the low spinning off of us. i think it's backtracking a little bit. high pressure is poised to move in. that will give us a good warmup inland. fog on the coast. warm to hot inland.
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it does not look like a north or northeast wind is going to develop. away from the coast. hot, nice to warm. thick morning fog. temperatures -- in fact, some coming down. a few are saying exactly the same. a big cooling trend start on tuesday. one man is dead after an early-morning accident on highway 101 in redwood city and why police say this could have been avoided. and we have brand-new information. >> and the oakland school district that's cragging down on suspensions -- cracking down on suspensions. we'll have more on the agreement the school board made with the federal government. -those other store cards... -...preferred shopper...
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that can prepare you for these careers. the ones already here, and the ones just around the corner. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow. learn more at morgan hill police are looking for a woman they say let her 10-year-old daughter take the fall for a shoplifting scandal. about a week ago, police say marcie questionland filled up a -- filled up a grocery cart and then told her daughter to wait by the door and push the cart
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out to the car when she drove up. >> i don't really know her situation. but it doesn't seem like she has her morals liked up too well. >> the girl is in the custody of her grandmother. police hospital to find the mother -- police hope to find the mother and charge her. you can see the license plate number of the vehicle on the screen. witnesses say two masked gunmen held up a clerk on 29th and broadway last night. the store security guard said the robbers ordered him to go oaten -- to get on the ground. in overnight news, all lanes of highway 101 in redwood city are back open aran
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accidentkied one man and injured another. it happened around 12:0 this morning, not far from the menlo park border. >> he to the hit by another car. i don't know how long the time span was. >> the chp says when the man was hit by the other car, the impact was so strong he hit the windshield. the man was taken too the hospital -- taken to the hospital. the chp says you should not get out of your vehicle on the road
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like that. a deal has been reached to reduce the number of suspensions among african- american students. now, it's a five-year plan. it will at first focus on about half of the schools in the oakland district. officials say african-americans are making up about 32% of the school district's enrollment. but an investigation that was launched this spring showed that last year african-american students received 63% of all suspensions. it is 7:33. new information shows more americans are living in downtown urban areas. 16million americans now live within two miles of a city hall. that's about 6% of the entire american population. researchers believe americans are moving into downtown areas to be closer to their job.
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oracle is getting ready to unveil the next generation of its top-selling database. this is a live look at the event. it actually starts on sunday. the ceo, larry ellison, will introduce the database designed for cloud computing. over 50,000 are expected in american. more than 1 million will join in on line. a busy 405 freeway in los angeles will be shut down this weekend. our reporter, bob decastro, is out there right now. we've heard the threats before. are people nervous now, bob? >> reporter: you know, it depends on who you talk to. if you talk to the officials here, yeah, they are a little bit because we had karmageddon
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-- carmageddon i and everything went off without a hitch and so now people are thinking oh, that was easy. i can do this asly. well, that's not the case. this area here that they are working on, it will take about 53 hours. they expect about 500,000 cars pass through through any given weekend. what they are saying. they have that volume of traffic and that could mean complete gridlock in just about the entire southern california air -- area here on the west side of los angeles to downtown l.a. >> the 405, the busiest freeway in the country and this is the stretch between the 101 and the 10 freeway and both of them pretty much two and three when it comes to the busiest freeways.
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there are contingency plans in place. i can tell you mass transit they have more trains and buses running. because all of this area is gonna be shut down, the firefighters have increased their staffing as well. one of these things they have stressed out here is -- a year ago, there were people who did some shenanigans out here. they are having dinner out here, having picnics, and doing a bunch of pranks. the chp are gonna be patrolling and they say they don't want people out here on the freeway. they say it's sim mr.ply too dangerous. dave and tori? >> thank you, dave. 7:36. let's see how traffic is moving this morning. slow spots out there? >> we got word of an ice cream truck blocking the lanes and we hear three lanes are blocked. we're trying to get confirmation on that. i can kind of move the maps up
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to this area on 680. you see right there. it's an overturned truck that's blocking. now we are gating word that three lanes could be injuries in this crash. if you are driving -- when you are driving south out of concord out of concord this will be a problem for you. if you can get on the freeway somewhere after rutgear. you can get on the freeway somewhere in walnut creek and that will help you a lot. take a look at 80 westbound. the traffic continues to move along pretty well as you drive to the macarthur maze. once you get to the toll plaza, it's crowded getting into san francisco. it's about a 20-minute delay there. on hayward and the nim mit, we have a lot of slow traffic -- nimitz, we have a lot of slow
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traffic there. let's go to steve. some areas of nothing. it's in the category it will burn off by 9:00. temperatures, os for most. inland, 80s, 90s to mid-90s. a little puff of a breeze m in santa rosa. so temperatures will come down for some. but they will still be warm to hot. tomorrow they -- the pig question will it take -- will it make it -- will it take it to the coast? to does like like there will be a little component of a westerly breeze. we have to deal with a lot of that fog, especially by the water's edge. but sunday, definitely into monday. 90s to 100. so with that in mind, if you are inland, it can be toasty here. fog, sun, cool to warm, thick
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morning fog. warm inland. ukiah is 9. 81 sonoma. san rafael 78. vallejo, crockett ben near shaw. livermore, 88. oakland, 72. alameda, 68 degrees. here you go. go west, cool. 80 san jose. but that's average for this time of year. peninsula, san mateo, low 70s. redwood city, to palo alto 78. getting warmer on saturday. no doubt about it. the question will be the coast. anywhere 60s, 70s. inland 90s to near 100. >> thank you, steve. there are complains one of the contractors working on a big san francisco event is not paying the minimum wage required by san francisco which is 9.92. and that's actually more than
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the national wage. the city is investigating claims setting up tents and other things are not being paid enough. what is moving the markets this morning? and stanford graduates, how much are they earning. and how b.a.r.t. set up an earthquake warning system. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools.
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today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight.
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stocks are down this friday after news that u.s. consumers spent more last month but only because higher gas prices forced them, too. even with the declines on this
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lass trading day of the quarter. stocks -- quarter, stocks are set to post gains in the three- month period. the dow is down 91. the nasdaq down 21. s&p down 8. the greek government could be in line for more economic aid but there could be more riots. this is after the country acoalition government agreed to extremely unpopular new austerity measures. that includes $15 billion in budget cuts. the greek hopes that will be enough to bring in another $40 million in aid from international banks. ahead of apple is issuing a rare apology to customers. the ceo says it is extremely sorry about the new map application. apple stopped using google maps and is forcing customers to use the apple maps on the new iphone that just came out. but there are distorted images
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and wrong directions. cook even recommended things like bing and mapquest. stanford graduates earn a mid career, median -- mid- career, median salary of $114,000. princeton earned $137,000. harvey mudd and cal tech rank second and third. 7:43. a bay area bridge toll taker is accused of sexually assault. police say johnny burton attacked a woman, threatening her with a gun and then sexually assaulting her. burton was arrested at her
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home. the wife of david vians, dawn, vanished -- vanished. jurors heard testimony about how he cooked her body to hide the evidence. he did it at the restaurant. he could get life in prison. a college football game in houston tonight was a lot quieter than normal. students at texas university southern waited this line to buy prison. the school had just suspended the band over allegations of hazing record thely involving paddling. the university says it has a zero-tolerance policy for that. this morning, suspended
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sheriff ross mirkarimi returns to court. he pleaded guilty to false imprisonment. he was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to undergo a year of domestic violence counseling. next month the board is expected to vote whether he should keep his job as sheriff. in election news, mitt romney and president obama will be raising election cash. romney made stops at philadelphia and boston where fund-raisers are expected to generate a combined $8 million. president obama will keep his campaign close to washington where he has three fund-raising events. over the weekend, both candidates will take time out
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other -- for -- will take time out. 7:46. also in the race for the white house, roseanne barr was in oakland, using her powerful voice in a protest. >> government's not supposed to be run like a business! [ cheers ] >> she was at a forum on medical marijuana at oakster tam university last night -- oaksterdam university last night. >> do you smoke marijuana? >> absolutely. i have a prescription. i have for several years. for most of the my life. >> now, her running mate is anti-war activist, cindy sheehan. they are hoping to get people registered to the peace and freedom party so it can stay on
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the ballot here in california. federal officials broke up a cocaine ring that was moving drugs from california to colorado every month. here's some of what they confiscated and that it was trafficked from los angeles to the denver area. federal hand local agents worked together to break up the ring and they arrested ten mexican nationals who they say were in the country illegally. >> by this disrupting this ring, more than 55 pounds of cocaine are now on the streets. >> authorities say they seized guns and about $150,000 cash. they say the trucks were smuggled inside -- the drugs were smuggled inside secret comartments in vehicles. governor brown has vetoed a
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bill that -- bill that would -- that would not allow smoking in nursing homes. 7:48. b.a.r.t. just came the first transit agentny america to install an early-morning warning system that can detect major quakes before they happen. now, the system was developed with the help of scientists at uc berkeley. it uses sensors. and once a quake is detected, it will slow down the trains.
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a similar system has been already placed in japan. federal cutbacks are threatening california's early earthquake system. coming up at 8:15, we'll go live to washington, d.c. where uc berkeley million justs will be testifying before -- seismologists will be testifying before congress today. angry words between a pitcher and the oakland as and the police chief of stockton. and why thousands of bicycles are expected to be in downtown san francisco tonight. it's a very special anniversary. we'll tell you what it is.
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it is 7:52. one of the stars of the oakland as has been a big supporter of
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his central valley home town but now he angrily says it's time to move out. >> they told me the only bit of add vice was to -- to protect myself and my grandmother and move. >> during an anti-violence meeting, he had a heated meeting with the police chief. stockton is listed as the 10th most violent city. a 15-year-old teenager is dead after trying a choking -- after a choking game. the video teach on youtube teaches people how to pass out and is said to be extremely safe. >> when he passed out, he fell
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forward and landed on a gas tumbler. when he landed, the glass shatter and cut his neck. he was calling for help when he regained consciousness. he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. tonight, is the 0th anniversary of critical mass. now, the big bike ride takes place on the last friday of every month. hundred of riders fill up the streets of san francisco. they say the popularity of bike riding has really grown in the past 20 years. >> it's definitely for me. i find the easiest way to get around town. if you are riding in a car or -- you can't ever predict how long you can plan in advance for a delay of sorts.
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>> critical mass will kickoff at justin herman plaza and you drivers should expect delays. speaking of delays, sal joins us now with a problem on 680. >> that's right. it's an overturned truck on the 680 northbound, overturned ice cream truck. traffic is backed up to danville. southbound 680 may be slow as well. even though the lanes are open, people are stopping to take a look at what's going on. watch for almost the entire northbound direction to be blocked. also, the morning commute is going to be moderate here at the bay bridge toll plaza. people are moving through. but there is still a big delay. if you are moving in san jose, northbound 280. you can see some slow traffic getting out of downtown. let's go to steve. >> a lot of fog out there.
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temperatures tarts off in the 40s and 50s. it looks like more fog than yesterday. a little cooldown. a little system moving up to the north and santa rosa, that's a cooler direction. slightly stronger delta breeze. the temperatures will drop and go right back up torm. 40s, 50s, almost 0. the low spinning off the prayer, it's been there for a while. it may be there for the sex ten days. it's not going anywhere. we're waiting for the high pressure to build to the north. it looks like that will start next saturday. hot, hazy, some big fog to the west. os, 7080s near 90. getting warmer on saturday. inland areas, 90 degrees to 100 degrees. breaking news just coming in from san jose. crews are out there battling flames. there's a house fire. ktvu just got there and you will get a live report.
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another girl -- another young -- another young girl is hit on the streets of novato. >> we're keeping an on eye on market street. we'll tell you what happened overnight in front of the federal reserve building that had san francisco police calling for reinforcement. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school.
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navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation.
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good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. it's friday, september 28th. oping our news at 8:00, breaking news from san jose. crews are battling a fire in the city's willow glen neighborhood. janine de la vega has just arrived on the scene. >> reporter: we're here on mulberry lane. this is right near meridian and kurtner. this is still an active scene. there's about five or six engines still here. about 20 firefighters. the flames were shooting out of the roof when the firefighters just got here. let's take a look at video shot. just before 7:00, a neighbor called 911 to report the house next door was on fire.
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when firefighters arrived, flames were shooting through the roof. the firefighters started to fight it from the outside but then they switched from going inside the home and enter it, trying to knock it down. we're told a mother and her daughter had woke unup to the sound of their smoke detectors going off and they were able to get out of the house safely. i'm joined by fire captain rob brown. what is the situation right now? >> right now we're in an overhaul phase. we had about 70% of the roof that's been burned off. we are trying to do some salvage for the occupant. get whatever belongings out that we can. >> reporter: i see the valve a shake shingle roof. did that play a part in this. >> certainly. think it's something people
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tried to replace over the years. the roof still had this style roof on it. it allows the fire to burn extremely fast. we were already behind the ball when we first got here and we were here within five, six minutes of the call. >> reporter: but everybody out safe? >> correct. mother and daughter evacuated. they were the only ones home at the time of the fire. >> reporter: thank you, fire captain, rob brown. and firefighters will be here for several hours -- for several hours, making sure they have this thing completely knocked down. >> we're told it was on the upper part of the home in the attic area. reporting live from san jose. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:01. a 7th grade girl in novato after being hit by a car after
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she rode her bike home from school. christien kafton is out i'd of the middle school she attended. i -- is live outside of the middle school she attended. i know everyone is emotional? >> reporter: yeah, it is emotional. you can see students arriving here and process what happened. this is where the 12-year-old went to school and grief counselors are already onhand. we were at that site a few hours ago. and we have new video of mourners dropping off. flowers at the growing memorial. people who didn't even know the girl felt compelled to show their grief and sorrow. haley ratlive was riding on her bike on novato boulevard had around 3:15 when she was hit by an suv. she was rushed to the novato hospital and then airlifted to chirp's hospital in oakland where she was pronounced dead. authorities say the driver who
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hit the girl stopped at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation. mourners today say it's a tragedy for everyone involved. >> i just really feel for her. i want the community to be behind it. >> neighbors we spoke with this moving in the area told us that that stretch of novato boulevard, it's used as a major corridor. they want to see safety measures implemented. most of all they want drivers to slow down especially after the hours that school children travel that section of the road. christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:03. it's been one year since a 6- year-old girl was killed after a busy intersection in east palo alto. the city is investigating the need for a stop sign. she was hit by a car while walking to school with a mother and her two sisters.
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six months before that, an 8- year-old was hit by a car and put in a body cast. people who use that intersection say that's not enough. a pedestrian bridge is set to open at 11:00 when an amtrak train killed a boy in 2005. he was with a babb sitter's friend who was trying to take three young children across the train tracks. the new trains will cross over monterey road and the train tracks. the little boy's mother will speak at the ribbon-cutting ceremony today. a teacher at the school in albany accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student will be in court today. he taught 6th grade and basketball, he's being held on
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$100,000 bail. well, the continentals of the boys an girls club in vallejo have lost most of their electronic equipment. police say thieves broke in and stole several computers and other items. it happened between:00 p.m. and then 7:30. investigators sea they got in -- investigators say they got in through a classroom window. we continue now with coverage of a san francisco occupy camp can just raided bily. officers are keying guard outside of the federal reserve building on market street. claudine wong is live there now that's happened between occupier -- occupiers and the police. >> reporter: good morning. the occupiers tried to come back and the officers said you are not coming back.
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the san francisco police, earlier they were on the same side of the street as the federal reserve building, just making sure no one came in or out of there. federal reserve officers standing next to the bank building to make sure unthat stays clear. they are this 0 letting the employees come in. they are checking i.d.s. there was a confrontation overnight. it started with about five occupy protesters. and then they joined up with a group of 30. and then they started to throw the bottles. it's still not clear if there were any arrests. it looks like mostly happened once the extra officers showed up in riot gear, the officers dispersed. some people say they would like to come back. others say they are glad to see
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it gone. >> they make the city dirtier than they need to. they cause a raw cause. we work up the -- ruckus. we work up the street. >> reporter: do you feel sylmar? >> yeah, i do. we talk about it in the office. i feel like they -- they don't really know what they are protesting. what they are doing is just -- it's definitely causing a ruckus. >> those two ladies say they were pretty excited to see the camp gone -- camp gone on thursday morning. san francisco police raided that camp cleared it out on wednesday night. 45 arrests were made during that raid but they went through there cleared it all out and they do not want it to come back. if we come back out here live, you can take a look at the b.a.r.t. escalator. that's why so many people are so well aware of this camp. here are the barricades keep be
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everything from out in front. this has been a popular spot for the occupy protesters. there was also a secondary camp out here that keeps poppg up. for now, things are clear, the work day has begun and no occupy protesters on site. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. p. a new -- a new de -- a new deal from san diego. it's for a $9 -- $900 million plant in carlsbad that's expected to make water daily for sea water. this proposed plant should be finished by 2016. some commits say east contra costa county has what it
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takes to build. officials say a waterfront with deep water fishing channels and road rail lines are among some of the region's best attributes. the chamber of commerce has been working for more than a yoo year now to try to attract more nonretail businesses. if you are flying out of san francisco international airport. you can expect some flight delays. this is the third week in a row that crews will install new runway lights an upgrade safety systems. one of the main runways will close at 10:00 tonight and reopen at 8:00 a.m. this is likely to cause delays. i believe this is the third and final weekend this is happened -- this is happening. hey, sal, you have things happening on the roads now. >> northbound 680 we have the
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offturned ice cream truck that's been there for about a half-hour, 30 minutes. that's at rutgear road. the southbound direction is also affect. traffic is quickly backing up. let's move along and take a look at westbound westbound -- bay bridge. that traffic is backed up for a 20-minute delay. no major problems as you make it on the span. checking out san jose, that's improved quite a bit. it has not been crowded throughdown town -- downtown. we'll take that, thank you very much. getting into the valley is a little easier today. a lot of fog. a few areas will be warm to
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hot. now the weekend -- it looks like saturday will be the transition day. a little cooler today. the system up there is responsible for that little south wind at santa rosa. it was only 70 yesterday. 50s and os. a couple of upper 40s -- 40s. there's a lot of fog out there. there's the southeast at santa rosa. that's a cool pattern in this kind of fog area. west-southwest 16 at travis. there is a little component of the sea breeze. the low sitting here. once that system moves out. it will just ride up and over. that will give us an offshore breeze. tomorrow we start to warm things up. the warmest days will be sunday, monday, tuesday. there could be toasty numbers. the fire daker will go up --
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danger will go up as well. an early-morning system may not get hit with budget cuts. >> the knew feature designed to deliver gifts by users
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northbound 680 at rutgear road. we have an overturned truck. it was carrying ice ceil. traffic is backing up from san rafael and danville. southbound 680 is also slow as you drive by the scene. all of the southbound lanes are open. northbound 680 at rutgear road a good area to avoid. the chp says this could be here a while and traffic is backing up at least into danville. >> thank you, sal. new this morning, looming
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federal budget cuts could destroy -- destroy plans for the early-warning system. alison burns has more about how the alarm is being sound. >> reporter: tori, this warning could not be more dramatic. we talked to the head of the uc berkeley size mow logical institute -- seismological institute earlier. he's talking about all of the work that goes into the system would come to a complete stop if federal funding issues are affected. he said lives would be at risk and the u.s. would fall further behind other countries in preparation. >> we're behind japan already.
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we're trying to push forward and -- ahead of them. >> reporter: the system in california, it would give seconds' warning and that would be enough for doctors to stop surgeries, for pilots to land planes. that system is planned to be up and running in about two, three years. but right now the plans are in jeopardy. the u.s. postal service says it will default on millions of dollars owed to a healthcare fund. the congress left the house without approving those fuds. this is the second u.s. postal service in two months. but the defought will not impact and the employees will still be paid. the crisis in syria will be the crisis of a meet -- will be
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the focus of a meeting. secretary of state, hillary clinton will host the talks including the u.s., the european union and the arab league. activists say the 18-month syrian conflict has led to more -- has led to more than 30,000 deaths. and we just learned that mitt romney is also planning to speak by telephone with the israeli leader. during his speech later, he drew a if -- drew a read line, the diagram there of a bomb, saying iran was close to having uranium enrich month. the two men are having disagreements about how to
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confront this. the washington post quotes intelligence officials who say the attack involve the militants, but most of them came from a resser known group and the republicans are claiming the obama administration new almost immediately it was trites behind the attacks that killed ambassador chris stevens and three otherp americans -- other americans. here is some video of 55- year-old nikola bassele y nokula. he was taken into custody yesterday suspected of violating the charges he was facing. he will stay we line -- behind bars for his next heating
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because he's considered a flight risk. michael savage says the host has left the talk rid yonetwork. he's been fighting the contract for two years to get out of a contract that did not allow him to -- him to continue. techies are trying to re-- create websites and other tools to help high school students get in to and succeed in college. they are particularly interested in high pressuring with college fans. facebook is launching a new service called gifts. it lefts users buy thing from sunglasses to cupcakes.
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these are actually -- virtual items. now, they can announce a gift is on the way, a friend's time line and a real present interest -- a and a new present will alive it -- will arrive a short time later. tiger woods was a knockout on the golf course. literally. look what happened during the rioter's cup. tiger woods had a tee shot. and it went wild and ended up hitting a fan on the head. that fan was out cold. needed first you a aid. tiger woods repeatedly apologize the saying he was sorry and ended up signing a gov for that fan. a little it peace offering. the fan did not blame tiger
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woods at all. the. 8:21. the police in mish grin are obtaining samples -- michigan are obtaining sam -- obtaining soil samples that could lead to the disappearance of jimmy hoff ma. jimmy hoffa.
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police in michigan dug up something from a house to see if the remains of jimmy hoffa are buried there. look at this. a couple of minutes ago we saw police removing this bundle out of the ground. don't know what it is. you can see it's wrapped in paper and tape. it was put in the back of a coroner's van but you can see two machine are -- two men are carrying this. we don't know if this is the body of jimmy hoffa. we will keep on aon this an bring you the details -- we'll keep an eye on this and bring you the details as we get them. tonight is the start of fight night. the ground of the reported haunted home of sara winchester will be present to get you in the halloween spirit. it runs through saturday,
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november 3rd. some frightening stuff on the roads in walnut creek. >> yeah, it's the big trouble there. for sure, northbound 680 as you drive up to walnut creek. let's say you are driving there from san ramon or danville. northbound 680 at rutgear. it's an overturned truck that was carrying ice cream. there's -- i guess it is diesel fuel that's been leaked out into onto the road as a result of this crash. we do have a camera pointed there. i want to sh it to you. just around the corner is where the -- is where the slow traffic begins. we have about a 20-minute delay at the bay bridge toll plaza. a lot of fog there. fog, bay, inland will burn off. temperatures look like they
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will cool down a little bit. there's still plenty of fog. today looks to be a little cooler. the system is to the north. going to send temperatures down a little bit. 40, 50s and 60s. that's about 40 minutes old. a little southeast at 7. that's a cooler direction. west-southwest 16 at traffic vis. that's double from yesterday -- travis. that's double from yesterday. high pressure is poised. it is supposed to build in. it will really kick in sunday/monday. the question is will we get enough of a northeast win. probably not. but the coast will warm up. just noes as much as the inland areas. thick fog, what is over the bay will burn off. 9:30 most of it starts to get out of the picture. still some areas 60s, others near 90 degrees.
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there are big differences in the temperatures. the warmest days will be sunday, monday, and then a big cooldown. close to 100. 8:27. sal has been telling you about that overturned ice cream truck in contra costa county, causing you a major mess. we'll take you back and give you an update on the crash. >> we're live in willow glen where a fire alerted homeowners. police are still searching for a bay area mother accused of using her young daughter to steal and then leaving her holding the bag. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools.
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today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight.
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welcome back. police and firefighters in san jose are helping a family save what they can after fire race the thhouse -- raced through their house. it happened about the 90 minutes ago. that's where janine de la vega is there now. what's the late, janine? >> reporter: well, firefighters -- the latest, janine? >> reporter: he well, firefighters are trying to knock this fire down. you can see the roof has collapsed in several places. neighbors have been watching this all take place. they say the mother and daughter woke up to the sounds of smoke alarms. they were able tos cape. they were too -- they were able to escape. they were too devastated to speak to us on camera. the flames were shooting out of the roof and started to spread. it almost spread to the house
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next door. firefighters switched their attacking this fire on the inside. >> flames were up 20, 30 feet from the roof. all of a sudden, the trucks start showing up. >> reporter: firefighters say they are still trying to determine the cause of this fire. but we do know it cape from the attic area. we're also told that this home has a shake shingle roof and neighbors say all homes in this area are required to have a shake shingle roof. but they say that's like having firehood and that's what -- that's what helped the fire actually spread very quickly. some firefighters are taking a break after trying to knock down this firefighter. there are still firefighters in the house trying to knock down the fire hot spots.
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janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. in half an hour, a suspect at the center of a controversial police shooting in san francisco is scheduled for an arraignment. the 22-year-old faces several charges including aggravated assault on a peace officer. there were protests after a plain clothes officer shot him during a foot chase. investigators say he's a bang member -- gang member armed with a -- with a pistol. this case is one of a number of violent cases in the mission district. that's why dozens of people marched through the streets last night, calls for peace. police say they are not asking for much, they just want a safe neighborhood. >> police in morgan hill still searching for a woman accused of using her 10-year-old
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daughter steal from a supermarket and then letting her love the store. she told her daughter, wait by the door and push the shopping car to the car when i drive up. >> i don't know her situation but it doesn't seem like she has -- she has her morals liked up well. >> police say they hope to find and relative her for felony burglary. also contributing to the delinquency of a minor. she's believed to be driving a car that has a wyoming license play. you can see the number right there on your screen. in overnight news, a man has died. another one was hurt after a serious crash on highway is 0 -- highway 101 in redwood city.
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this happened near the menlo park border. the car stopped in one of the middle lanes. that collision disabled the car and that's when the driver of the car got out. >> the chp says when he was hit by the other car, the impact was so strong, it sent him through the windshield of that other car. he was pronounced dead there on the scene. the driver of that car was taken to the hospital, we don't know his condition. 8:35. we want to check in with sal and see what's happening on the roads this morning. >> reporter: we got a call from someone who lives -- who lives out there in the danville area trying to get to work this morning. he said it's the worst backup he's never seen heading
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northbound. you look at the bottom of the screen there. there ises had another accident in the backup. what caused all of this is this truck accident. we do have a live picture. northbound 680 traffic -- i'm sorry. that's southbound 680. you can see the actual truck that was flipped over, the ice cream truck that was blocking it. it's still blocking the three lanes because there's fuel smelled on the roadway. this is a big problem for walnut creek. it'ss about also a big problem as we pan to the left for people heading -- heading southbound. all right. let's go to another live picture. this is the bay bridge. just a lot of complaints for the last month or so. after everyone is back from vacation. the economy is improving. the bay bridge is showing signs of it and even on fridays --
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even when we have this on fridays, it's not light. in and just for steve, northbound caltrain, moving along. >> you throw a little twitch there -- >> yeah. >> hey, steve, you see the real nfl refs are back. >> say that again. >> the real nfl refs are back. >> yeah. >> pretty good. >> a little bitter -- better. the temperatures, i think they will come down. san francisco hit 66. there's owls area that are a little warmer and cooler. today looks cooler in the system. it's causing a cooldown. if you are far aenough away from any influence. still some upper 80s and 90s. that's a lot of fog out there. a lot of fog even a stronger
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delta breeze. those are sure signs that it will be away from the coat. it looks like high pressure kicks in to the nort. that will give inland areas. the coast, we're still seeing -- trying to see if thatp area develops. inland, warm to hot. and there could be rather -- temperatures, 60s to 90. st. helena, 90. chloe up in clearlake, 47 low. 9 7 high. that's a widespread for this time of year. 90 antioch. 72 leamed.
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beckley, emeryville, kensington. livermore, 88. 80 for san jose which is normal for this time of year. santa cruz 68. in the cities south san francisco. palo alto menlo park around 77, 78. getting warmer for inland areas. toasty sunday, monday, tuesday and then a big cooldown. 8:38. new this morning court documenting -- court documents were just released a few minutes ago relating to that shooting in aurora, colorado with respect to the suspect, james holmes. >> reporter: good morning. we're still poring over the documents. let'sing tash set the scene here. that's the movie theater -- let's set the scene here. that's the movie theater.
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on the other side of the fence there, there is a police officer. on guard. in fact, there was a police officer there 24/7. they are there on a rotating basis. the most intriguing information just released alleges that james burns threatened a university of professor everyone, the name of the professor has been backed out but the prosecutors say the person reported the threat. the university said he was denied access because he withdrew from school. one other document dated august 6th, it talks about how the prosecution had two videotapes related to the seizure of the notebook sent by homes -- holmes. it didn't go into specifics but
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the defense contains there was no critical condition. >> according to the prosecution, there's fightal vancouvering information until his book about carrying out sunset -- carrying out thissing attack -- there's information in his book about carrying out this attack. i can also tell you that -- a lot of the information, a lot of the -- i guess, juicy details that we're hoping to learn from these documents just released about an hour or so ago. we're hoping to have more information about the arrest affidavit and also subpoenas but i can tell you from just looking at the -- looking through all of these documents, all subpoenas were blocked out and the arrest affidavit was not included. obviously bow both the prosecution and defense want to
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keep this thing out of the media and take this trial to court and see what happens there from there. another developing story we're following right now. it's information regarding an e- mail that prosecutors went to giants -- to clients and their family. in the e-mail, prosecutors are asking victims to contact sinny mark by today -- cinemark by today if they want to visit the movie theater behind me. a lot going on. we're still sorting through the information. we hope to learn more throughout the course of the day. back to you. a man in minneapolis who just lost his job went on a shooting rampage. he just lost his job. he shot eight people, four of them died, three are in
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critical condition. afterwards, he turned the weapon on himself. police in body armor searched his home for evidence. last year 450 people died in work-related accidents. we're getting information about a deadly plane crash that happened in redwood city two years ago what we know before the plane went down in the lagoon.
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at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger.
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uptate for 680 -- update for 680. it's an overturned truck that was carrying ice cream. the backup is huge, it's backed up all the way to san ramon. these are live pictures. you can see they are making some progress. there's a street sweeper out on the lanes or a lanes sweeper. after the fuel spill they had to -- had to lay down absorbent material. we'll have another traffic update in a few minutes. all right. 8:46. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you right now -- this house in san jose caught fire about 7:00 this morning. a mother and daughter on
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mulberry lane escaped injury from it. the wood shake roof are still looking for hot spots. some protesters in the occupy camp, they are not saying when but they vow they are gonna take back the area outside of the federal reserve area on market street. the crews put up temporary fencing aimed at keeping those temperatures out. and a 7th grader has died after being hit by a car yesterday afternoon on novato boulevard as she was driving her bike home from school. christien kafton is live with more. >> reporter: in the last 45 minutes we were at the middle school where there are grief counselors onhand to help the students and staff process their grief in this difficult time for those people who
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attend the school. we've now moved here to the novato police department. let's show you new video. we have new video of the scene. mourners dropping off flowers at the memorial there. people who say they didn't even know the girl say they felt compelled to come out and show their sorrow. the girl was riding her book on -- her bike on novato boulevard at 3:15 in the afternoon when she was knit. the girl was taken to novato community hospital and then airlifted to children's hospital in oakland where she was pronounced dead. we're joined live by sergeant jennifer welsh about the latest in this investigation. can you tell -- the driver is still cooperating with that investigation at this point. the driver remained on scene after the accident yesterday. we've been working with him. he's from out of the area.
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reece -- he's remained local. he's cooperative with our traffic bureau. there's no signs of impairment but we're he exploring all options as to the cause ofs collision. >> i talked to some neighborhoods. they expressed concerns. there's some questions about safety out there. what's your advice for drying on the road. >> certainly, we encourage all drivers to pay attention to the rules of the road but also those riding a bike, that road is also used by -- not only by children but adults. >> reporter: thank you. we're live in novato, christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. and we're now following breaking news out of los
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angeles where officers -- where officers are involved in a chase. it's happening on southbound 101 near studio city near universal studios in hollywood. i was gonna say a high-speed chase but it doesn't look like it's going at -- well, it loose like it -- well, it looks like it is beginning to take off a little bit. this is after a car failed to and there's two people in the car. one would guess it's that vehicle being followed by the chp cruiser. the driver is having to slow down every now and then for traffic. it's a high commute time in hollywood. we will continue to follow the story and bring you the latest developments. at this point we don't know the reason why this car is being chase. but a chase taking place now in los angeles. 8:50. new information this morning about a deadly plane crash in redwood city two years ago. federal investigators say the small plane lost power in one of the engines just before
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plunging into the lagoon. the plane took off from san carlos airport t went up about 650 feet -- san carlos airport. if went up about 650 feet. the chronicle is reporting they want to i void outbursts like the one -- avoid outbursts like the one at this meeting. a new proposal includes eliminating almost half of the 214 seats in council chambers. instead, overflow crowds could see the meeting on a closed circuit tv in a nearby room. there's a five-year plan that will initially focus on half of the schools in the district.
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officials say african-americans make up about 32% of the district's enrollment. an investigation was launched this spring when numbers show last year that african- americans received 63% of all suspensions. california public universities will soon have to talk to students before they raise tuition fees a new bill just signed by governor brown requires officials to consult students at least 30 days before they plan to announce an increase to tuition and schools would have to wait for 90 days. new information shows more people are living in downtown urban areas in america. the census bureau says 16 million americans now live within two miles of city hall. that's about 6% of the hole american population. the research is beaved more people are moving into the -- believed more people are moving
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into the downtown area. speaking of downtown. downtown is hopping. oracle getting ready to unveil the new generation of its top- selling database. the ceo, larry ellison, will be introducing the new 12-seed database designed for cloud computing this weekend. more than 50,000 will be attending the event in person. more than a million will be joining it online. this would could be the only weekend when football fans actually cheer the referees. >> this is the seen an hour ago as they came out of the tunnel to a standing occasionvation. [ cheers ] >> yeah, the regular referees came back and the players last night in the ravens game, were
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so excited -- and the browns. ray lewis went up and shook one of their hands. ray lewis was also excited because his team won the broncos. sal will return with one last check on the ice cream truck that overturned in the san ramon valley in the parking lot. [ taste buds ] donuts, donuts, donuts! who are these guys? oh, that's just my buds. bacon,
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a suspended -- the suspended ross mirkarimi is due back in court. he pled guilty to false ill prisonment. he was sentenced to it three years of probation and ordered to undergo a year of domestic violence counseling. next month, the board of supervisors is expected to decide if he should keep his job. 2,000 bicycle riders from around the world are expected to gather in san francisco tonight. they are marking the 20th anniversary of the critical mass movement. the big bike ride takes place on the last friday of every month with hundreds of riders filling the streets of san francisco. critical mass riders say the popularity of bike riding has really grown in the last 20 years. >> i really think we'll see bicycles flooding the streets
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and it will be a much better city and more family-friendly city. the critical mass kicks off tonight and police say drivers should expect delays. sal, i know you are watching 680 and everything else. how are we looking? >> it's improving a little bit, dave. but there's still trouble out there. i want to show you the crash scene. northbound 680 slow traffic there because of the crash on the shoulder. that truck is there. the map, we'll show you how slow it is driving from san ramon to walnut creek. let's go back to the desk. that's our report for now. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> bye-bye. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools.
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suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. : as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation.
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[ inaudible ]. >> a video creates outrage over a tsa freeze drill. >> where they ask passengers to stop in their tracks. >> why the man who shot this footage calls this the latest assault on air travelers. >> it was a really bizarrely threatening and utterly senseless display. it
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